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False. An accident is something that one has no control over. I’m willing to say the truck driver didn’t intend to kill 16 people when he didn’t stop, but the collision occurred because he didn’t stop. And there is no reason he didn’t stop. If he stops, this doesn’t happen. It is not as the intersection had a traffic light that malfunctioned and gave all directions the Green Light. That could be an accident. Not stopping at a stop sign wasn’t an accident.

Rather generic, but not surprised you again can’t get something right. What "mechanical problem" would there be? See, brakes on trucks are different from breaks on a car. In a car, the brakes are applied by a pressurized line. If you lose pressure, you will lose your breaks. Trucks are the opposite. The pressure is there to keep the brakes open. Lose pressure, the breaks lock up. Breaks can get "soft", and lose some of their stopping ability if they start to over heat from continual usage. That can be a problem when going up and down hills. Not a problem in Saskatchewan.

There was a warning sign ahead of the intersection noting the stop sign. There was a red flashing light noting the stop sign. And there was the actual stop sign. He can’t have missed all three and claimed it was an accident. When your mom tells you to clean your room for the 3rd time, does she give you a break when you say you didn’t hear her?

Um, because there are different levels of punishment in the criminal code? The truck driving in this case ran a stop sign and will be going to jail. The head coach of an OHL hockey team has been caught drinking and driving and has never gone to jail or lost his licence.

False. An accident is something that one has no control over. I’m willing to say the truck driver didn’t intend to kill 16 people when he didn’t stop, but the collision occurred because he didn’t stop. And there is no reason he didn’t stop. If he stops, this doesn’t happen. It is not as the intersection had a traffic light that malfunctioned and gave all directions the Green Light. That could be an accident. Not stopping at a stop sign wasn’t an accident.

Rather generic, but not surprised you again can’t get something right. What "mechanical problem" would there be? See, brakes on trucks are different from breaks on a car. In a car, the brakes are applied by a pressurized line. If you lose pressure, you will lose your breaks. Trucks are the opposite. The pressure is there to keep the brakes open. Lose pressure, the breaks lock up. Breaks can get "soft", and lose some of their stopping ability if they start to over heat from continual usage. That can be a problem when going up and down hills. Not a problem in Saskatchewan.

There was a warning sign ahead of the intersection noting the stop sign. There was a red flashing light noting the stop sign. And there was the actual stop sign. He can’t have missed all three and claimed it was an accident. When your mom tells you to clean your room for the 3rd time, does she give you a break when you say you didn’t hear her?

Um, because there are different levels of punishment in the criminal code? The truck driving in this case ran a stop sign and will be going to jail. The head coach of an OHL hockey team has been caught drinking and driving and has never gone to jail or lost his licence.